The Science behind BCBlab
We pursue our efforts to capture the emergent properties of the brain. By emergent properties, we mean measuring the integrative mechanisms supporting brain functions.
Our working hypothesis is that functions, as we know them, emerge from the interaction between brain regions through white matter connections.
This hypothesis has been demonstrated in healthy controls projecting the functional signal from magnetic resonance imaging onto the white matter. The same idea has been exemplified in stroke patients whose symptoms are better explained by brain disconnections than the simple location of lesions.
Our aim is to share our theoretical approach and methods that apply to any brain question.
Online access to free education, scientific conference and journal club
Clinical Neuroanatomy Seminars (@CNSeminars) is hosting regular talks, debates, journal clubs and movies dedicated to the structure and function of the brain with an emphasis on clinical and translational research. Everyone is welcome to join in.
All talks are freely available from our Youtube channel to educate, engage, inspire and connect science enthusiasts around the world.
For each event, you are welcome to tweet your questions and comments to capitalise on the crowd intelligence on all hot topics.
There is more to brain connection than the simple conduction of action potentials: list of publications
Open data, Open science and free education
Disconnectome Symptoms Discoverer
Submit to our peer-review journal Brain Structure & Function (IF = 3.7).
Our journal welcomes original research leading to significant advances in understanding brain structure-function relationships. The relationship between structure and function can be explored at different levels from individual cells to networks and using various models from animals to humans.
An event reuniting brain mappers from HIC and LMIC
No complex system can be understood except through careful analysis; however, the interactions of the components must be considered as much as the properties of the isolated components (Ernst Mayr 2004)
Brain Connectivity and Behaviour Laboratory is a registered non-profit organisation. Our aim is to boost science in any way we can.